Specifying what data to include and exclude
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Each column uses a different method for specifying what to include and what to exclude.  Here are some examples.

Categories allow you to pick from a customized list:


Text columns are filtered with either exact or inexact matches:


Checkbox columns are either checked or not-checked:


Numeric columns are filtered using typical arithmetic comparison operators:


Date columns use special relational operators:


Date-range columns can be specified using the special date-range control:


Color columns are specified by color ranges:


Height and spread are specified with the special dimension control:


All columns without filtering criteria are shown in the list with a blue symbol.  Any columns used for filtering are shown with a red symbol.  In this example, the �Water� column is set to include only specimen with watering needs equal to Dry, Moist, Wet, or Well drained.


See also

   The Filter View

   All about filters

   Choosing which columns to show

   Filtering your data

For an index to other topics see

   Using the Compleat Botanica


Last reviewed March 25, 2004   


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